Water-bottle refilling service saves plastic at Montréal music festival

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We've seen numerous efforts to make the disposable plastic water bottle a thing of the past, including — most recently — a public fountain in Paris that even serves up sparkling water. Now, taking the concept to events, this past summer's Montréal International Jazz Festival featured Fontaine Naya, a water-bottle refilling service from Quebec-based Naya Waters designed to minimize plastic waste. The Montréal International Jazz Festival has been carbon-neutral since 2008, so this year's focus on water bottles is part of a concerted sustainability effort. For CAD 1.50, festival-goers who visited the Fontaine Naya could get a 500mL refill of…

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